EU-funded AVA project provided excellent framework for world-class antimatter research and pioneered new ways of training early career researchers
Last February, the Compact Linear Collider (CLIC) team working on technical developments organised a workshop on all the different technologies developed for producing, handling, and preserving nanobeams and ultra-short bunches.
The virtual workshop “Storage Rings and Gravitational Waves” (SRGW2021) shed new light on whether accelerators can be used for the detection or generation of Gravitational Waves.
The latest training, a week-long School on Precision Studies, was organised to take place in Prague (Czech Republic) at the end of March 2020.
The meeting offered the opportunity to young researchers to present their latest work.